Open from late March until early November, Exeter Racecourse Caravan Club Site is in a great location whether you’re staying here to head to the races or not. Club site bookings are available both to Caravan Club members and non-members, with 100 touring pitches available. The campsite welcomes caravans, motorhomes and tents onto site, and hardstanding pitches are available if needed.
Exeter Racecourse Caravan Club Site has a selection of facilities available for the comfort and convenience of guests, including laundry facilities, waste disposal facilities and electricity supplies. Guests who wish to give themselves a more ‘authentic’ camping experience can stay on one of the campsite’s economy pitches which are cheaper and without access to an electric hook-up.
Pets are welcome on the site, with a designated area for them on this dog friendly campsite in Devon.
While the park is positioned ideally for those that want to enjoy the peace and quiet of the area around Exeter Racecourse, activities are never far away. Access to public transport, which can take you into Exeter as well as to a range of coastal destinations and even right into Plymouth, is found within a mile of this site. Both the National Cycle Network and a number of fishing locations are within five miles of the campsite, so whether you head out on wheels or on foot, you’re never far away from something to do.
The closest major attraction to Exeter Racecourse Caravan Club Site is the famous Dartmoor National Park. Here, you have the choice of participating in organised pursuits and activities such as climbing, horse riding, and guided walks, or alternatively you can head onto the moors and organise your own game of cricket or football. Dartmoor is also a wonderful and beautiful location for a picnic, and despite being a popular attraction it is so vast it is almost impossible not to find a quiet spot that you can make your own for a few hours.
Once you have had your fill of Dartmoor, you will find several National Trust properties and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty within driving distance of this campsite in Devon, including Bodmin Moor Wildlife Park. Other popular attractions in the area include the world-famous Eden Project and Land’s End.
The coastal towns of Devon and Cornwall are well known for many things, but all of them are definitely places you should be looking to visit during your stay here. Whether you want the contemporary liveliness of somewhere like Newquay or the more traditional seaside town feel you get from Teignmouth and Paignton, there’s always something to do whether it’s a modern seafront restaurant or a traditional fish and chip shop with an adjoining arcade.
Guests who have had enough of the beautiful countryside and coastal areas should head into Exeter or Plymouth. Both are great cities in their own right with plenty to do whether you’re looking for a cultural experience or want to indulge in some holiday retail therapy – and both boast cathedrals that are well worth visiting.
Use your stay at Exeter Racecourse Caravan Club Site as your ticket to discover all of Devon and Cornwall on your motorhome, camping and caravan holidays.
Dartmoor National Park
Haldon Bird of Prey Viewpoint
Trago Mills Shopping Complex
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